byThe World Conference on Christian Fundamentals, May 25–31, 1919
The Doctrinal Statement of the World Conference on Christian Fundamentals 1919 (1919) The World Conference on Christian Fundamentals, May 25–31, 1919 The Christian Workers magazine (January 1920) volume 20, page 382, Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. THE DOCTRINAL STATEMENT OF THE WORLD CONFERENCE ON CHRISTIAN FUNDAMENTALS. MAY 25–31, 1919, IS AS FOLLOWS: 1. We believe in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as verbally inspired of God, and inerrant in the original writings, and... Topic: Christian fundamentalism
Chris Hedges delivered the keynote address at the 2008 Palestine Center Conference in Washington, DC. It was held 10 October 2008. Topics: chris hedges, palestine, palestinian, iraq, religion, christian fundamentalism
The size and importance of the fundamentalist vote, particularly among those that call themselves Christian Zionist, may be key in the swing states in the upcoming election. These are the voters who strongly support Israel, whoever is in power, and who provide powerful financial and legislative aid for Israel in the United States. How powerful are they? What are the demographics? What are the differences amongst them? The program is in RealVideo and is divided by speaker: * John Hubers,... Topics: Palestine, Israel, Christian Fundamentalism, Christian Zionism, Election 2004
Remarks on the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion from "Christian" perspective in light of Biblical "prophecy" and as they reflect geopolitical developments. Famous and popular tract; reprinted at least 12 times up to August 1934. Topics: Christian-fundamentalism, Sion, Despot, Messiah, Zion, Protocols, Learned-Elders, Wise-Men,...
David Duke radio broadcast for 03-15-2006 David Duke radio archive for 2006: http://www.archive.org/details/DavidDukeRadioArchive2006168Broadcasts Topics: david duke, egalitarianism, jared diamond, racial differences, race, supremacism, jew, israel,...